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Photo of a small asian courtyard gravel water fountain landscape.

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Photo of a small asian courtyard gravel water fountain landscape. —  Houzz

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Carla Oswalt wrote:Sep 5, 2012
love the iron temple on top of rock? Where can I purchase? Thanks.

  • macedon
    could it survive thru the winter on -30 celsius ?
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    Unlikely, it is frost hardy - but you're talking seriously cold!
Kevin Alessandri wrote:Oct 3, 2012
the moss can it handle full sun>

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    Hi, thanks for your question. The plant is Scleranthus biflorus, a New Zealand native. It's really happy in full sun, and requires good drainage.
Elizabeth Jurecki wrote:Oct 16, 2012
What kind of material was used for the privacy screen?

- Love the design.

jcfaur wrote:Mar 26, 2013
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    Thank you. I really appreciate your comments
  • Bie Chua
    I want to incorporate to my patio..
Jenna Baxter wrote:Jun 13, 2013
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    Hi, thanks for your question. The mossy plant is Scleranthus biflorus a New Zealand native, I'm not sure which other countries it is available in. It can handle full sun just fine, but doesn't like wet feet. I hope that helps.
argueso wrote:Aug 18, 2013
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    Hi, it is Fairy bamboo (Bambusa gracilis) a graceful clump forming thin stemmed bamboo.
leaadams wrote:Sep 11, 2013
Outdoors? Climate? Could it be done in indoor courtyard? With moss?

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    Although I don't know the conditions, I imagine that this idea would work - but you will still require reasonable light levels. Alternatively, instead of moss you could incorporate the Japanese sand garden style with rocks and water and a perhaps couple of plants
lindb wrote:Jul 5, 2014
Where did you get the large stones?

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    Hi, thanks for your enquiry. The rocks were sourced through a local Tauranga landscape supply company. Most towns and cities will have a landscape supply company that should be able to source other products for you, otherwise try your nearest quarry.
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    Hi Hazel, thanks for your comments. Probably the best idea would be to print the photo and take it to your local landscape supply company to see what is available locally.

Beatriz Salles wrote:Aug 24, 2014
wich grass is that? tks

- grass

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    It is Scleranthus biflorus (Sunshine Moss is it's common name) and it is a New Zealand native. Ophiopogon nana (mondo grass) could also work in a semi shaded position, although the green will be a bit darker.
Heidi Nerud wrote:Aug 7, 2016
What kind of soil did you use and how often do you water it?

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    Hi, thanks for your interest. It is just regular topsoil and watering is minimal as the area is exposed to rain. Scleranthus (mossy looking plant) is quite happy to be relatively dry.

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